The Importance of Skin Healing After Hair Removal
Copper Peptides are highly effective in healing skin after various hair removal methods such as shaving, tweezing, waxing, electrolysis, laser treatments.
All hair removal methods cause a certain amount of skin damage that can allow skin penetration by viruses and bacteria. For example, warts seem to start from injured or broken skin.
Common warts usually grow where skin has been irritated or shaved, such as where fingernails are bitten or hangnails pulled.
In adults, warts tend to grow where hair removal procedures damage the skin. This is the beard area on men and on the legs in women.
Skin irritation from shaving or hair removal methods lets the virus invade the skin.
We recommend using copper peptides to supply nutritional copper that the skin needs for its repair processes that close the skin's surface to viruses and bacteria. The typical post-shaving products, and other products for use after hair removal, help soothe the skin, but have no significant skin repair properties. Copper Peptides has been shown to stimulate skin repair many in independent, published clinical trials.
Remember ALL hair-removal methods cause skin damage at some level. To restore the skin after hair removal, many have found success in using copper peptide creams fortified with antioxidants and rich skin-nourishing lipid replenishers. Such creams help close the skin’s surface to viruses and bacteria to help heal the skin.STEP 1: Use a Copper Peptide Cream to Repair Irritation.
STEP 2: Follow with a Biological Healing Oil to Soothe and Moisturize.
For Scientific Publications on Copper Peptides and Skin Repair, go to skinbiology.com/copper-peptides-wound-healing.html